Circuits And Nature Unite In Georgie Williams’ Futuristic Tattoos

Past and future are tightly connected, and tattoo art is a great illustration of this terrestrial link especially evident in New Zealand tattoo artist Georgie Williams’ work.

Williams has traveled for two and a half years to extend her artistic universe which gave her the intuition that body and tattoos are a natural alliance. Fusing her interests in nature with architecture and technology, Georgie found a way to make the many elements work together and create a unique style that sets her’ tattoos apart. The artist tells Konbini:

“My tattoo art reflects my philosophy of being and living. It is born from experiences of new moments, cultures, people and places, a way to get new perspectives, ideas and experiences of the world that we live in.”

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